Cannabis In Colorado: Aurora Approves Plan To Allow Marijuana DeliveryThe Aurora City Council approved a proposal to allow marijuana delivery in the city on a 7-3 vote Monday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Colorado’s Election Security Unit Recognized With Award Of Excellence From U.S. Attorney’s OfficeThe U.S. Attorney’s Office said Coloradans can be proud of their election system and the professionals who make it safe and secure.
Bills To Expand Rocky Mountain National Park Await Presidential ApprovalTwo bills that will expand Rocky Mountain National Park are now on their way to the president’s desk for signature.
I-70 Traffic: Two-Hour Delays Possible At Idaho Springs On TuesdayThe Colorado Department of Transportation is doing a paving project on Interstate 70 in Idaho Springs on Tuesday and officials are warning there could be delays as long as two hours in both directions.
Police Investigating Deadly Shooting In Alamosa Find Explosive DevicePolice responding to a deadly shooting on Main Street in Alamosa on Monday found what they believed to be a homemade explosive device.
Aurora Police Officer Jordan Odneal Fired Over Unauthorized OvertimeThe department says Jordan Odneal asked to get overtime for an online training course. He claimed his supervisor approved it. But that was not the case.
Aurora City Council Moves Closer To Repealing Ban On Pit BullsDuring a city council meeting Monday night, members voted to repeal the ban 7 to 3.
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives In ColoradoHealth officials expect 95,600 doses of the Moderna vaccine to be available.
Digital TV Newscast 12-22-20CBS4 is covering Colorado first!
Mild Today, Cold And Windy TomorrowWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri’s forecast.
Great Conjunction Brings Coloradans Together In Unprecedented YearA once in a lifetime event, the Great Conjunction, had many Coloradans looking up Monday night.
Colorado Student-Athletes Anxious For Winter Sports After CHSAA Gets COVID VarianceHigh school athletes around Colorado are rejoicing in the news the Colorado High School Activities Association was granted a variance from the state.
Unemployed Coloradans To See ‘Dark Days’ During Full System OverhaulAs a second stimulus plan was approved in Congress late Monday night, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says any new benefits will be rolling out around the same time their system will undergo a full overhaul. T
Donations Helping Keep The Arts & Culture Sector Alive In ColoradoThis year would have marked the 60th anniversary of the Colorado Ballet’s presentation of The Nutcracker, but the COVID-19 pandemic have dancers home for the holidays.
Colorado Doctor Watching New COVID Strain Developing Across EuropeA new strain of the coronavirus is raising concerns in the United Kingdom and across Europe.
Justin Simmons Plays Name That BroncoBroncos Safety Justin Simmons joins us for A Few Extra Minutes to wrap up “Name That Bronco” from his appearance on Xfinity Monday Live.
‘Queen Bee’ Sumatran Orangutan Unexpectedly Dies At Denver ZooNias, a 32-year-old Sumatran orangutan, died at the Denver Zoon unexpectedly.
Two In Custody After Early Morning Chase And Crash In LochbuieTwo people are in police custody after stealing two cars and leading police on a chase in Weld County. It started in Platteville early this morning and ended in Lochbuie.
Arts Organizations Are Asking For Support During The HolidaysArts Through It All is an organized effort to get the Colorado Community to support their favorite arts organizations.
Colorado Lawmakers Delay Start Of 2021 Legislative SessionColorado lawmakers will pause their upcoming new legislative session soon after convening in January as they wait for COVID-19 cases to subside.
Moderna Vaccine Tested In Colorado, But Isn’t Here Just YetColorado is expected to receive 96,000 vaccines from Moderna on Tuesday and Wednesday.
CHSAA Gains Variance To Start Season B Sports Earlier Than AnnouncedTwo weeks after announcing Season B sports in Colorado would be delayed, the Colorado High School Activities Association says they received a variance from the state health department to move the date up.
Denver Releases Police Video Showing First Of Multiple Clashes With The PublicUnder an open records and criminal justice records request the Denver Department of Safety released video to CBS4 of police body camera video from the initial violent protest this past spring.
Denver Restaurants Decide To Temporarily Close Under Tight RestrictionsEven on the sunniest of winter days, outdoor dining can be an uphill battle for struggling restaurants in Colorado.